Espresso Games to Become Available on Patagonia Entertainment
Patagonia Entertainment have had a busy start to the year, signing deals with iGaming developers like Red Rake Gaming and Booming Games in order to increase their offerings. But the Uruguayan software company are not resting on their laurels and have just signed yet another deal, this time with Espresso Games, who are based in Italy.
The aforementioned deal will see Patagonia Entertainment’s roster expand with titles from the Italian based Espresso Games. Its platform will swell with Espresso’s progressive jackpot slots, jackpot quest titles and their jackpot tournaments, all of which will ensure that Patagonia Entertainment have many more exciting jackpot games to offer its operators.
Patagonia Entertainment provide operators with a scalable and changeable iGaming platform that puts mobile users first and offers a wealth of mobile friendly video slots. These slots are provided by a selection of top-tier developers, including Vivo Gaming and Play’n GO, and thanks to deals like this one it is growing all of the time.
A spokesperson for Patagonia Entertainment commented on this deal to say that Espresso Games were a dedicated developer with a “mobile-first philosophy”, making them a perfect fit for the Patagonia Entertainment roster. They added that their hope was to expand further into the Latin American market, which is one of the most promising new regulated markets, and they hope that this deal would help them to do that.
Patagonia Entertainment’s sentiments were echoed by a spokesperson for the Milan-based Espresso Games. They described their company as a “boutique studio”, saying that they focused on the creation of games that were innovative and stylish, leaning towards mobile play and giving players the excitement and the functionality they seek.
They also added that their games come with a wealth of “currency and language support” options to ensure that no one is left out and that everyone can enjoy what they have to offer.
As with Patagonia Entertainment, the spokesperson for Espresso Games also commented on their goal to enter the South American market, adding that this deal “confirms” their desire to do business in this new regulated market.